The OPPO Find 9 that just surfaced comes with a curved bottom side, while the company’s branding is placed on the device’s ‘chin’, as you can see.
The phone’s top, left and right sides are not curved, they’re straight, and it seems like the phone might have thin bezels all around, but unfortunately, the display is black due to do the wallpapers, so we don’t really get to see if there are any black bars on the sides.
The OPPO Find 9 is expected to arrive this year as a successor to the OPPO Find 7 which was announced way back in March 2014. OPPO basically did not announce a flagship phone since then, well, at least not a flagship that comes with the latest and greatest specifications.
Despite the fact this company did not release the OPPO Find 7’s successor thus far, they’ve managed to do really good in terms of sales and market share, as OPPO is currently the second largest smartphone manufacturer in China.
The OPPO Find 9 has not exactly been leaking that frequently this year, we do get to see a leak from time to time, but those leaks don’t exactly agree on one with the other in terms of the design.
The OPPO Find 9 is rumored to sport a 5.5-inch or a 5.7-inch QHD display, while it is also said to come with 4GB / 6GB of RAM.
If OPPO decides to release this handset before the end of 2017, chances are it will be fueled by the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core SoC, as its predecessor came with the Snapdragon 801, which was the most powerful processor when that handset launched.
Article First Appeared at Android Headlines